Working with interior architect Gillian Sherrard the goal was to create a neat and functional kitchen in a very restricted space in a 120 year old Victorian redbrick house.
An understated kitchen space that fits in with the style of the house. Painted beaded doors throughout with integrated appliances to keep things uniform. The cooker in installed in the original chimney breast with extraction going up the chimney.
The circular island fits the small space and the main part of the kitchen, which contains a large food larder, an appliance larder,sink and pull-out bin can be hidden away behind folding when not in use. These doors when opened transform the units quickly and easily into a truly functional work space and allow unrestricted access around the island.
John loves the results;
" The space blends in without feeling too much like a kitchen.A number of people have walked into this room and asked; "Where's your sink? "
The hidden kitchen is great for closing of the mess at dinner parties - "pull the doors back and you have access to everything in one go"